Styling by Sara Black
Last year, our friends Mr Bigglesworthy – purveyors of the very best in authentic Mid-Century pieces – launched a sister brand, Good Form. (Um, how great is that name though? Jealous I didn’t think of it tbh.)
Through Good Form, Emma and Dan are extending their curation to the contemporary, including furniture and lighting from some of the most iconic international brands – and now – collector’s pieces from closer to home, as they’ve just added NZ designer Gidon Bing to their portfolio of design visionaries. You all know Gidon Bing, right? A sculptor and ceramicist, Gidon developed his craft working with classically-trained master artisans in NZ, Europe, Israel and Asia, and while he works from a modest boatshed studio in Auckland, his work is respected globally – it’s been featured in Selfridges of London, Milan’s Salone del Mobile and other high-profile galleries.
Gidon also worked with Dan and Emma on the interior architecture of the Good Form space – pictured here.